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Lezyne KTV Drive PRO Front Light £9.49 delivered @ ChainReactionCycles (RRP £19.99)

£9.49 @ Chain Reaction Cycles
Was looking for good starter front light for my bike and found this. Great reviews, great price. USB rechargeable, side visibility and weather resistant. Different colours available. Amazon/ebay… Read More
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10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago
Was looking for good starter front light for my bike and found this. Great reviews, great price. USB rechargeable, side visibility and weather resistant.

Different colours available.

Amazon/ebay cheapest you can get for £14.00

The Lezyne KTV Pro is a compact, aluminum bodied, 70 lumen front safety light. The machined aluminium body is lightweight, durable, and extremely weather-resistant.

Material: Aluminium CNC machined, Composite Matrix
Lumens: 70
Modes: Flash, Pulse, Solid
Run Time: 4hrs constant beam to 6hrs on flash
Weight: 55g
Moens Avatar
10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Heat and ordered. Can't go wrong at that price although depending on your route, you might need brighter. Should be fine for me.
#2
Also the front and rear pair is a good price at £18.99
http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/lezyne-ktv-drive-pro-pair/rp-prod122415
2 Likes #3
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHMBVZlCu2o

And from that "Lezyne - Engineered Design 1 year ago
The KTV Pro is a "to been seen light" only. It is not a headlamp. It was designed so cars and other riders can see you. Hope that helps!"

And after that video don't think I will, it doesn't seem very bright at all, 30 Lumen Pulse is 4 hours, 70 Lumen Burst is only an hour.
#4
holdav
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHMBVZlCu2o
And from that "Lezyne - Engineered Design 1 year ago
The KTV Pro is a "to been seen light" only. It is not a headlamp. It was designed so cars and other riders can see you. Hope that helps!"
And after that video don't think I will, it doesn't seem very bright at all, 30 Lumen Pulse is 4 hours, 70 Lumen Burst is only an hour.

You are absolutely right, it is "I want to be seen" category light. Nevertheless in this price range this is the best available option. Can serve as a backup light as well, if your main fails, weighting only 55g.
#5
After getting through many many cateye front lights on my bike, I found they were just not light enough and poorly made. I ended up getting a LED Lenser P7, together with a clamp from ebay for about £3 and haven't looked back since.

I now have 2 of them on my bike and they're great. Notice you can get a gift set off amazon at the moment for not much over your budget -

[url=Your text here ]LED Lenser at Amazon[/url]

Edited By: avid fan on Sep 07, 2016 11:58
#6
simondo
Also the front and rear pair is a good price at £18.99http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/lezyne-ktv-drive-pro-pair/rp-prod122415

Yes, but for some reason the same front model as the rear one in that pack is only £4.99. It's worth noting the rear light is not the 'Pro' like the front which is why I bought the front only - with the only difference being one is white and the other is red!

Anyway, 'being seen' lights are just what I need. Thanks OP - quality, branded USB chargeable lights are hard to come by.
1 Like #7
avid fan
After getting through many many cateye front lights on my bike, I found they were just not light enough and poorly made. ]

I agree. Cateye lights are shockingly poor quality and rarely last long. I think they road test them by getting an old lady to sedately ride around the company car park for five minutes. They are useless and fragile under normal road use. However, I still have 3 Cateye cycle computers which date from the late 1990s and they have been faultless.
#8
Many thanks. Ordered.
1 Like #9
Worth a look on PlanetX, they've loads on offer at the moment, lots of Knog offerings
#10
Just what I needed - thank you!
#11
It's harder to make "I want to see" lights that don't just blind everyone facing you, because most of them have round beams.
2 Likes #12
pibpob
It's harder to make "I want to see" lights that don't just blind everyone facing you, because most of them have round beams.
Bangood have a similar spec German standard dipped beam design which looks to be a better light than the Lezyne.
HERE
#13
lightrider
pibpob
It's harder to make "I want to see" lights that don't just blind everyone facing you, because most of them have round beams.
Bangood have a similar spec German standard dipped beam design which looks to be a better light than the Lezyne. HERE
Good stuff - I've been using Philips SafeRide which are a lot more expensive... edit: but judging by the reviews, might last longer.

Edited By: pibpob on Sep 07, 2016 17:02
#14
Heat
#15
I bought this and I`m very happy with it...7 £ with charger + separatelly the braket frm another seller 2£ . for 9£ it`s very bright! http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/151269348397?_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649&var=450349833977&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
#16
avid fan
After getting through many many cateye front lights on my bike, I found they were just not light enough and poorly made. I ended up getting a LED Lenser P7, together with a clamp from ebay for about £3 and haven't looked back since.

I now have 2 of them on my bike and they're great. Notice you can get a gift set off amazon at the moment for not much over your budget -

[url=Your text here ]LED Lenser at Amazon[/url]


Have you got a link to the clamp please?
#17
Thanks OP
#18
Hi - will this light be suitable for riding an unlit track in the dark?
#19
Bobbins
Hi - will this light be suitable for riding an unlit track in the dark?

No not really, it won't light up the route much, its more of a light to help people see you.

You will need to spend lots more on a branded option or go with the countless cheap Chinese offerings, they will be bright, but quality and battery life can vary.
#20
If I got 2 sets could they be used on my audi quattro, as head lamps, the built in ones on my car no longer work, and I am looking for some replacements. I work night shifts at an old peoples home, so only need them for twilight periods.


Edited By: rossmclean on Sep 07, 2016 21:39: Spelling
#21
simondo
Also the front and rear pair is a good price at £18.99
http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/lezyne-ktv-drive-pro-pair/rp-prod122415


saved a penny ,by buying them individually

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